MIAMI BEACH, Fla., May 24 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — South Africa World Cup fever is upon us, and Record Semanario de Futbol and http://www.revistarecord.com the soccer authorities, will be the first news media to kick off the most important competition on the planet with a large event to be held on May 26.
The big soccer party will be solo “sponsored by” Farmers Insurance whose soccer portal SudafricaconFarmers.com brings the most up-to-date soccer news from all the National soccer teams of the Americas. Additionally, Farmers and Record Semanario partnered to bring soccer fans an exclusive custom-designed booklet that highlights the history of the world’s most important soccer tournament titled “El Mundial a Traves de los Anos” (The Cup Through the Years). This full-color, 28-page booklet commemorates each match, its host city, championship team and significant milestones in Farmers’ own 82-year history. To download a free copy of the booklet visit http://www.SudafricaconFarmers.com .
The party will also count on the support of these companies and their products: Brown Forman-Jack Daniels, Novamex-Jarritos, Eurosport-Soccer.com, American Airlines, ChivasUSA, Azteca America, radio W690AM, LAGalaxy, Secretaria de Turismo baja CA Sur-Cabo, Secretaria de Turismo Cancun, Alianza de Futbol and Elektra.
Record Semanario de Futbol and http://www.revistarecord.com have invited the entertainment celebrities and sports celebrities and has prepared a show to delight their guests, with the performance of the popular and famous singer, Carmen Jara, bringing her style and rhythms to Record “Mundial” celebration. Her style and emotions have made her one of the public consent. Also, the well know TV reporter/anchor, actress and 2 times H Extremo cover, Lili Brillante will be the host of the event. This World Cup 2010 party will be by invitation only and will take place in the world-famous Conga Room, at L.A. Live, in Los Angeles, CA, starting at 7:00 p.m. with a walk down the red carpet.
Record Semanario de Futbol and http://www.revistarecord.com prepares a unique coverage of the 2010 South Africa World Cup. Record editorial experts will cover from S. Africa details, and happenings, of World Cup 2010 and performance of Seleccion Mexicana in every step – phase of 19th World Cup.
There will also be expert analysis: From Mexico, Miguel Mejia Baron, technical director of the Mexican National Team (El Tri) in 1994, and Luis Garcia, Mexican pick in the USA in 1994 and 1998; from the United States, Luis Omar Tapia, the prominent television announcer and commentator; from France, Emmanuel Petit, World Cup champion with France in 1998; Enzo Francescolli, former Uruguayan pick, as well as former South African pick Bruce Grobbelaar, who will help us understand the soccer of their countries, which are all rivals of Mexico in the first round.
From Record, Mexico’s leading sports newspaper, Record Semanario de Futbol and http://www.revistarecord.com will make your World Cup experience with the best play-by-play coverage of the most important games, unique photo galleries, the most beautiful girls, and the best recaps of each day.
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About Maya Publishing Group, LLC
In 1999 we successfully launched TVnotasUSA, the US Hispanic edition of our leading celebrity gossip and entertainment weekly publication in Mexico. TVnotasUSA has a weekly circulation of 150,000 issues, reaching 960,000 readers.
In 2007 we decided to target the Latin male readers, who were until then underserved, by launching H para HombresUSA and H Extremo, the bimonthly magazine that takes readers beyond what they see in H. H para HombresUSA has a circulation of 75,000 issues, reaching 337,500 readers and H Extremo 50,000, reaching 375,000.
In 2010 we will continue with our goals by focusing on the editorial and circulation growth of our pillars: TVnotasUSA, H para HombresUSA, H Extremo and Revista Record Semanario de Futbol, in conjunction with the launch and positioning of Record website: http://www.revistarecord.com
Websites: http://www.tvnotasusa.com , http://www.hparahombresusa.com , http://www.hextremousa.com and http://www.mayapublishinggroup.com
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